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olympics national championship here at morgan state university. even though they are under 18, this competition has some high potential. 25% of the track team and 42% of the women's team participated in junior olympics when they were younger. >> i am so proud of them. whether they place or what ever, the fact they have a goal when they reached it is fantastic. >> there are young athletes visiting from as far away as california. a lot of them are staying on campus this week for the junior olympics. i spoke to officials and they said every year they rotate to different schools in the country. sheldon dutes, wbal tv 11 news. >> exciting times. it was teat with hillary at the four seasons. it was fabulous. we really enjoyed ourselves with putting combat scones, -- pudding, scones, and tea. they say they are so excited about going to their fourth olympics. >> i am so honored to be hosting tea with hillary. it is a staple in the london so it is nice to bring england to baltimore before we leave. >> if i see the commercials on tv and "today" and "bal" everyone is excited. a lot going
championships are going on, morgan state university. though it's fun and games outside, inside the student center is serious business. doctors are checking young athletes for heart conditions that can predispose them to suddenly death. when the heart just stops. >> it's something we think is comprehensive, yet focused. it covers about 80 to 90% of the conditions that could potentially displace them to sudden cardiac arrest. >> her son died from sudden cardiac arrest. now she's spreading the word about early detection. >> and it's just the worst thing in the world to lose a child. and if he had heard him screaming, he still might be here with us. >> there are no risk factors with us. it is genetic and often herreditary. >> reporter: doctors say most people don't show any symptoms. that scares tony allen, whose son angelo is getting tested. >> we're getting him screened just in case. >> reporter: that's why they are having 600 people nationwide get tested to prevent another tragedy. >> it's your child's life. take a minute to do that. >> reporter: andrea fujii, wjz eyewitness news. >> if you
intentionally covered up the allegations to protect penn state's reputation. the university's former athletic director and former senior vice president are awaiting trial on perjury charges. >>> jp morgan chase says it's giant trading blunder earlier this year was much more serious than first reported. more on the fall out for the bank and its traders. >> a bad trade at jp morgan chase has cost the bank $5.8 billion so far this year. that's nearly triple the $2 billion the bank first disclosed. ceo jamie diamond said he's fired the managers in charge of that trade and the company is taking back 2 years worth of pay from them. >> they say they're doing all the right things. time will tell if they really are. >> the trading loss came from the london's office. >> when jp morgan first started investigating the loss the xeef executive dismissed it -- executive director dismissed it. he admits the blunder has shaken the company. >> we don't take it lightly diamond told analysts but we think it's an isolated event. even with the loss, jp morgan made a $5 million profit. it listed financial shocks an
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